Peacock Hotel 2760-2762 Dundas Street West Junction Area, Toronto
The Peacock Hotel caught fire on May 22, 2019 resulting in partial collapse of the front façade, the rear facade had collapsed earlier. The building was vacant at the time of the fire. The building was demolished entirely in the summer of 2020. Built in 1890, the Peacock Hotel is a treasured Junction landmark, designed by architect James Ellis. It replaced an earlier, 1820 Peacock Hotel on the same site.
West Toronto Historical Society, Page on James Ellis Architect Notes - The Peacock Hotel caught fire on May 22, 2019 resulting in partial collapse of the building. The building, built in 1890 is a treasured Junction landmark, designed by architect James Ellis. It replaced an earlier, 1820 Peacock Hotel on the same site.
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Three-alarm fire in the Junction causes historic Peacock Hotel to partially collapse Author - Toronto Star Article, Temur Durrani Date - May 23, 2019 Notes -
"A “large, smoky” fire at the historical Peacock Hotel in the Junction caused the building to partially collapse and neighbouring buildings to evacuate overnight Thursday, Toronto Fire Services said.
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Fire breaks out at former Peacock Hotel in the Junction Author - CityNews Notes - "Firefighters remain at the scene of a three-alarm fire at an abandoned building in the Junction neighbourhood.
The fire broke out at the old Peacock Hotel on Dundas Street, just east of Keele Street, just before 3:30 a.m. Thursday.
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Historic Toronto hotel was just destroyed by fire Author - BlogTO Date - May 2019 More information
Fire â€˜fully engulfedâ€™ historic Peacock Hotel in the Junction Author - Temur Durrani, Toronto Star Date - 23 May 2019 More information
Partial collapse at historic Peacock Hotel, building evacuated Author - CityNews Toronto Date - 20 August 2018 More information
Firefighters battle blaze at former Peacock Hotel in the Junction Author - CBC News Toronto Date - 23 May 2019 More information
Chrylser Motor Cars Author - E.L. Ruddy Company, City of Toronto Archives Date - 1927 Notes - Fonds 1488, Series 1230, Item 2681 More information